For those who know me, I've always been a book lover, but the last couple of years have seen me a little more hyper-focused on reading than usual - I started writing on this blog, I joined book twitter and met other bloggers, readers, and writers, and I've been working in a bookshop where I… Continue reading 2021: My Year in Books
I can't believe it's already July, I have lost all track of time this year! But the exciting thing about it being July is that The Fantasy Hive are doing a month-long feature to celebrate women in Sci-fi and Fantasy. We're very excited to join in via the Photo Challenge over on instagram and using… Continue reading First Lines Friday: Female Debut Authors in SFF
It's the last day of June, so we're half way through the year and I've seen the 'Mid Year Freak Out' tag pop up on plenty of book blogs and booktube channels. This is my first year participating, and I believe the tag was created by Chami and Earl Grey Books. My version might be… Continue reading Mid Year Check In
IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus image by Svetlana Alyuk on 123RF.com Hello fellow adventurers. I can't believe tomorrow is the last day of May, and thus Wyrd & Wonder has come to an end. I'm pretty sad about that, but I've loved this first experience of mine so so much and can't wait for the next one! I'm sure I'll write… Continue reading Wyrd & Wonder Prompt Catch-Up
IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus image by Svetlana Alyuk on 123RF.com This challenge was put together by imyril @ There's Always Room For One More and inspired by a BBC radio show, which I haven't actually ever listened to, but I still love the concept! You can see her post about it here, but essentially these are the rules: Eight books/audiobooks,… Continue reading Wyrd & Wonder: Desert Island Reads
As the only Second Daughter born in centuries, Red has one purpose - to be sacrificed to the Wolf in the Wood in the hope he'll return the world's captured gods. Red is almost relieved to go. Plagued by a dangerous power she can't control, at least she knows that in the Wilderwood, she can't hurt those she loves. Again. But the legends lie. The Wolf is a man, not a monster. Her magic is a calling, not a curse. And if she doesn't learn how to use it, the monsters the gods have become will swallow the Wilderwood - and her world - whole.
IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus by Svetlana Alyuk on 123RF.com It's the 1st of May, which means Wyrd & Wonder has begun! It's an annual challenge in which participants spend the month focusing on all things fantasy with discussion posts, reviews, instagram photos, etc. If you want to know more, or want to sign up, all the information is over on… Continue reading Wyrd & Wonder: Ambitious Plans